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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1905)
Tto ifcoi lou ttjavcrtod rr thf Mlxtonrl. KuniW &tf ta4 lis 'j& 'frjr .cointjrrtietjslvc
h rom SU UmlR. Hannibal or Karma rilj tJi GnUostotior San Antonio Ik a stroti'li of over
.onotbpivbMuUoilfi.vol ;iftltorj-.CApWiJoX AUJr4MAWUlatluu mast-Urnes Urn ol tbr
present. A thousand Industrie soil of varloua dc-itrcts of fertility, b wonderful produce of
plants and crop oil, fro untl minerals arc to le fomnl. reoplwl Iir ratrrr. puihlm?, wide
awako citizens who bellevo In the future of Iho Southwest nnd see thn lrtue of encourmr
lnc enterprise of every UecrIptIon and of celling rnoronnd better fucllltlcs, tuo ontior
tuulty U apparent '
TUo Southwest Is really In need of nothing savo people. More men are needed
yeu'rm needed. Tboro arc vat areas of unimproved laud land not vleldlnK the crops
of which it Is capable. The same t hlnir In a different way Is true of the towns, l-'ew lines
of business are adequately repveventott. There aru openings for mills nnd nanufncturinir
plants, jmall stores banks, newspapers nnd lumber yards. The oil and rns tlclds of Kansas,
Indian Territory and Oklahoma lire ptacllcally new and offer wonderful opportunities for
development along commercial lines.
THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW.
,. The M. K. & T hos no lands for sain, wo nro simply interested In tho upbuilding of
tho country W v bellow In the Southwest, nnd know that with Its present needs and op-
portuultles the prospects are brlKhter and tho futuro more hopeful than In the older and
mora densely populated Stales. Wo want jou to Investigate conditions and satisfy yourself
or Inn lMiilifiiinuuA.if 4IIh " "
On iVbruitryliftl andTarcli 7th and'
2lt, the M. K &T Hy will sell excur
sion tickets from St Louis Hannibal and
luinsas City to Indian Territory Okla
homa and Central and JastTn Texas, at
) YotrslionM UUc, lUlvaWKiT ofthts opportunity msCe the Southwest fo-yvurt:clf.
O. W. SHITtl, X.
ii. r. imiwsiiki,
T, B. ItMUERLT,
11.1. MTT, n.
If you uro thinking of a trip
wrlto and let us tell you best rates,
time, route and sund niurked tlmo
This Haves you worry and an
noyance and makes jou feel at
home all the way.
Call Wubash City Offlce. 1C0I Far
nuiii St., or address
Marry E. Moores,
G. A. P. D. Wabash R. R., Omaha, Neb.
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
NtW TRAIN SERVICE
Kansas City, Mo.,
and Hot Springs
via MISSOURI PACiriC. RAILWAY
and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
The Tlicrmul R.idlo-Active Waters
of Hot Sprlntr. Ark., will bo ren
dered accessible by this new serv
ice over the Missouri Pacific nnd
iron Mountain lines, without
eliiuiRO. LeavliiKr Kansns City nt
noon, arriving Hot Springs next
inoruliiK nt 8 o'clock Heturninir,
train leaves Bprlnus ut 7 p. in , itr
rlvlnR Kannai City next afternoon
3 o'clock. Kur pmnplilt Ik, tlmo
tn I) 1 08. etc., call or address II. C.
Townsend. O. 1. & T. A St. Louis,
Mo , or
rirv tickrt orricii,
.S R Corner 15tli nnd Knrnnrn.
Tom IIukIios, T. K. Oodfrey,
T. 1 A. I' & T. A.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper'.
tUKtb WHtKt Alt tlSt FAILS.
Ilest CouKb byrup. 'fuiraUoud. UC
t Aiujf a ojrup.
In time. Soli
i t.y druffirlata.
; ! Jp
ON OUR TRADE MARK.'
OCT TO KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT
K AND THEN NEVER BUY STARCH WITHOUT IT.
M DEFIANCE STARCH IS WITHOUT EQUAL IT IS GOOD. m
IT IS BETTER. IT IS THE BEST AND MORE OF IT FOR TEN M
CENTS THAN ANY OTHER STARCH. IT WILL NOT ROT THE
W aOTHES. YOUR GROCER HAS IT OR WILL GET IT IF YOU M
ASK FOR IT. a a u a a Mf
WL SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK. W
1 MANUFACTURED BY Jw
fc ThoDEFIANCESTARCHCO., 1f
fc OMAHA. NEB. T
J EXCURSIONS j
I SOUTH I
sffiMi mi' i' lr
Wo arc In possession of all sorts of Infortriatlon Valu
able nllko to tho Investor and hoinesecker. If mm nro
lntcrestel tell us what you want, how much you luvo lo
Invest nnd wo will gladly furnish the information.
to-day for n copy of our boots
n. r. a t. a., b.i bk.x, si. u.l, .
r. A., aitaraMllllUail, rklrs. III.
n. r. i. o Trattin n.iui.r, (i..i..u, on..
D. F. A., l CIU....' Ul.il Bi.k HM., I. I .J..., It.
r. i., RUutaUr.., Iimm(I;,1.
WET WEATHER. WISDOM!
Sfem THE ORIGINAL ,3,
BLACK OR YELLOW
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE'
6H0WIN0FULL LIME Of CAPUCNTB ANO HATS.
A. J. TOWEn CO..OOSTON, MASS., U.S.A.
TOWtn CANADIAN CO., LTD.. TORONTO, CANADA.
Von ft IlAft Annrt MAnSIA
'low In price, leper pkt.
liluMrated oataloeue erer
prlntwl sent FREE. Engrav
Inirs of every Tariety. A great
lOtOf flZtrftnV7Lnf uuul. naw
f sorts, presented free with every
order. Bomo sorts onlous only 50o
'perlb. Other need equally low. 40
t years a seed grower and dealer and
ill .llhtnfn. amHHtA 3 .1
, seed. Bend yours and nelehbor'a names
, for bto illuKtratml free catalogue.
tA-Jba U CUIIUUflV InnWnrJ' III.
.... w. vuumnMi, IIUUAIUIU, IMS.
now a tact.
Get a 'reo llometlciul lo Weiteru Cnid,cr buy
onieof the bel wheat lauil on lUo contluent, and
becuine a producer.
The avrrauo yield of whet this year will be about
twenty butbela to the acre. Thaoal and barley crop
ulll alto TluM abuiijantly. SplcnJld clluiate.Kood
tcbools and churenci, cxcclleot marketlDK lavlllilo.
Apply fnrlnf'rtTOAtton to Superintendent f Imrnl
Rraltoo, OlUwa, CJuada.or to authorized Canadian
U nernmeiit Airent-W. V. Dennett, WI New York
Life llaildluu, Uumba, Xebri.Wi.
rietio tay where you taw thli tdTertlicment.
(SPINAL CURVATURE Can be Cured
ALSO OTMIH DCrORMITICS.
Writo o.' call at office for free Intorma
I lion, llishot testiuionlaU from prom'
uient statesmen, and phyfUian. Con
sult your I'amily Doctor. Nohrneeter
ipplianccs Vied. Treated aucccsifully
jr mall. Kis yeara' eipertencc.
I he HlomnvKI Tivinaaitlr. Hrt taiuiili- Lit
(a))lilS02. INCOK'OIIATID. CAPITAL ll.oao.OO.
10 TO 2 1 ARllNQTOn BIK., OMAHA, NCB.
when others have
1. J. II. linear A Km
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP cures coughs and colds.
mif- v t
rf. c-z: -b
PAGS RATE UI4.L
Esch-Townsend Measure Approved by)
WASHINGTON Afttu- nearly four,
ilrosf , UlscuJhTou" triT-lidtftVrtl
Tliurmlny by n vote at 'I2tf lo 17. imss
oil the Ksch-TowiiRentl bill jiroNlilmB
for tho regulation of freight rntcs.
The noRtttlvo oto was rntitlo tti of
cloven repuhlrnns nntl six democrats.
CIosIiir liotira of the ilotjate wore
occtipleil by Messrs. Wllllnins of Mis
fionrl, and tho minority lender and
Hepburn of Inwn, ehnlrmnn of tho
committee which reported the bill.
Mr. Wllllnins, while Mtpportlni; the
minor! y nieasnre, even tltMiRWif.e s-ald
-lip-tMrrtt' it- etMild not pass, conipll
iiiiwii tlie repiiTnicnn fir brmmns
in a bill which was much better than
he expected would come from them.
The speech o. Mr. Hpbnrn was
that his deeds and1 acts -were a suffi
cient answer to the "H03 nnd slaud
ers" which had been heaped, upon
him. The bill known as the Hepburn
bill, he J-ald, had been prepared by the
attorney general, and he only yielded
to Ills colleagues on the committee on
tho Kech-Townscnd . bill because he
did not want the committee to bo tho
target for scribblers who wanted sen
sational hcaailnes. He devoted some
tlmo to .1 strong presentation of the
merits of the majority measure.
Tho closing remarks for the minor
ity were made by Mr. Williams
(Miss.) who at tho outset congratu
lated the house upon the fact that not
only In the mntter of rate legislation,
but In several other particulars Presi
dent Roosevelt, "nominated by tho re
publican party nnd elected by the peo
ple," was beginning to assume a dis
tinctly democratic attitude,
Mr. Hepburn (la.) chairman of tho
committee on Interstate and foreign
comniorce. closed for the republicans.
Ho explnlned the difficulties of pre
paring such a measure as the bill re
ported, snylng no two men entertain
ed the same opinion either as to what
was In tho mil or what ought to bo
Tho substltutn bill of the minority
was defeated, irl to 180, Messrs.
(allies (Tenn.), IUdor and Scudder
(N. Y.J and l.Ivcrnash and Wynnn
(Cnl.), voting with the republicans.
Tho roll then wbb called on tho
ISsch-Townsentl bill, which was pass
ed, 32C to 17.
TO REACH THE PRIVATE LINES
Proposed That Senate Committee
Shall Sit During Vacation.
WASHINGTON Tho reFolutlon to
bo Introduced In tho senate by Mr.
Kean of New Jersey, providing that
tho committee on Interstate commcrco
shall sit during tho summer for tho In
vestigation of the subject of railroad
rate legislation, will not be offered
until It has first been npproved by tho
commit teo. It had been announced
that the resolution would be present
ed In the senate yesterday. The In
terstate commerce commission will
meet Saturday to consider tho lesolu
tlon. fTho plan to have, tho senate com
mittee Investigate thoroughly tho
subject of rate legislation has been
approved by a largo number of sena
tors of both parties.
It is said tho committee will work
along the lino of perfecting tho Esch
Townsend bill and Incorporate in that
measure a provision to reach private
Tho Idea Is that tho committee Is
ready to report' In October or the 1st
of November, notico shall bo sent to
the president, and If ho is so Inclined
an extra session may be called. Should
there be a demand from any senator
for immediate consideration of tho
house bill it Is pltnned to ascertain
tho sentiment of mssing a rate bill
at tho present session by a vote on
tho proposed Kean resolution.
MORE LAND FRAUD FINDINGS
Former District Attorney at Portland
PORTLAND, Ore. Ex-United States
Attorney John H. Hall was indicted
by the federal grand Jury In connec
tion with tho federal land fraud cases
In course of Investigation.
Tho Indictment against Former
United States District Attorney Hall
Is for alleged participation In a con
spiracy to prevent and obstruct tho
free passage over and tho freo uso of
the public land situated tn Wheejer
county. The document also alleges
that threats of violence and other
means of intimidation woro used to
drive legitimate householders already
settled on the land from tho vicinity.
Among the defendants named. In addi
tion to Attorney Hall, are Congress
man Dinger Hnrmann, Clnrk F. Loom
is and nine others, all of whom, it Is
alleged worked In the Interest of iho
Hutte Creek land, lumber and llvo
A second Indictment relumed
charges Henry Meldrum and asso
ciates with having conspired to de
fraud tho government" of tho United
States by falso and fraudulent sur
veys. Minority Report on Ship Subsidy.
WASHINGTON A minority report
on tho hill known as tho "ship sub
sidy" measure, was filed In tho houso
Tuesday by Mr. Lucking (Mich,), rep
resenting the views of tho democratic
members of the house committee on
merchant marine and fisheries. Tho
minority favors a discriminating high
tonnage tax against foreign vessels,
if not In violation of treaty obliga
tions and largo mall payments to tho
now Hne3 to South America, Central
America, South Africa, West Indian
and Asiatic ports.
Ho Didn't Take It Very Hard.
AOldrfnMijled' .minister wtts at
taiiiiii!Mhiiftt ilies Of a member of
HWjcliRfi flifwri In Tennessee and
nftdr rTlfyinV 'the virtues of the do
tHMtHfiilulie tunwll to the beroaved bus
TffinirHtla snld: . ".My. KOod brother.
Mm have been called iir6iilo"imrt with '
one or the best, and lovellost of,
wlvet." "Oh, no, parson," said the
husband, Interrupting the minister,
not the beat, but about middling "
Where Doctors' Dills Are Unknown.
Swedish doctors never send bills to
their patients. Kach patient pnys
what ho deems Just or Is able to gin '
The lleli pay Iho physician liberalb '
whether they have need of his scr
I Iceit m- lint. If lie linir been mice rr
r-."r- ?'--;?fCT1'1" " " Wf .;-,.j.j'itw,jutu
uuiieu ny ineirr. 1 no poor. 11 itiey po
slbly can, pay him a small sum, and
the very poor pay htm nothing. Yet
Guard Deserts Lunatic. .
While looking for ptrngglis, Jut
ts a Welsh regiment was'ajjout to
Fall from t'ape Town for lJnglnnd, an
ofllcer found a private standing at
attention hi a shed. "What are you
doing here?' he was- asked, "l'lense.
sir," was the reply, "1 am a lunntlc
and 1 am waiting for tho corporal's
guard." Ho was right; he was a
lunatic and his guard had forgotten
Promises Better Things Next Time,
Wo once hired a mnn to do a cer-i
tain thing and he couldn't do It. lint
ho spent hanrs In making explana
tions. Jf you fall to do it thing why
waste addltlonnl time in making ex
planations? Tho polut Is, you didn't
do It. Atchison Globe.
Women Physicians In Russia.
Tho number of women physlclnns
Is siendlly Increasing In Hussln. Ac
cording to n recent report there are
now nearly 400 women studying medi
cine nt HuBHlun universities, tne larg
est numbers being at St. Petersburg
Death of Centenarian Mendicant.
There died recently in Trieste, Aus
tiin, 1n uer 101st year, 11 woman mend
icant named Doiattl, who had obtain,
cd hundreds' 01 pounds from credulous
persons by promising them tho Rever
sion of two houses which had no ex
istence. A Twist of Words.
When you give n literary mnn a
manuscript to read, and he says that
he will look li over, you might as well
make up your mind nt tho start tnat
until you liavo reminded him half 11
dozen times his is pretty sure to over
look It. Somervlllo Journal.
A little reflection will make many
people wiser as to how much energy
they may bo wasting, hy husbnndlng
their Intellectual and physical ., re
sources they can' ,avold misdirecting
their energies and enjoy healthier and
An Age of Skepticism.'
"Somo ob dose hyah young folks,"
thundered Parson Hlack, "am gitin'
so doy donn' b'llovo nullln' at all, Why,
I whiz shocked do odder day to lienli
0110 ob deni say he didn't b'licb it nm
bed. luck to walk nnnor a ladder!"
For Chapped Hands.
Chapped hands Jdibuld be frequently
washed, well .dried with n soft' towel
nnd smeared t over with glycorlne. If
'tliero nro many ugly so'ro's, a llttlo
zinc ointment Is useful.
Cairo Wedding Celebration.
A wedding celebration In Cairo lasts
for three duy.s. There Is feasting dur
ing all tlib tlmo and tho house, and
streots nro liberally decorated with
flags and htnterns.
I Knew Her Place.
A woman of Scotland when asked If
sho had understood tho sermon to
which sho had Just been listening re
plied: "Wad I hao tho presumption?"
Contributed to the Sea.
Tho quantity of water discharged
Into iho sea by all tho rivers of tho
world is about eighty-six cubic miles
In a day.
It Cures Colds, Coughx. Sore Thront. Croup,
Iqfluraza, Wliooplnif Cousli, Hroiuhitls nnd
Asthma. A certain cure f or Consumption In l!nt
lUKes.umi iiKure relief in luHjnecdb'aifCK. Vw
at once. Yon will see tlio excellent effect uf tei
taking tho Urst dose. Sold liy dealers ecry
where. Larse bottles 25 cents and 60 cents.
For Ml eur lian mado a bmh iuln
i-ii jreaiH In Uuiaiiii 1IU lliinix
Treutnif-iit hu H rwrmmi-iiily
curetl tliMiittaiMts OM.V Vl h
IIOI.I.AHS fur two mouth
treumoiiL MollcliiH hunt la
lilrilu i.w Kititi llux ittf Drr.co
vij.Soinn litiiS;r.tt.UinaUa. Ne.j
an nana The onrT kionc hd nvra ouac
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color nor ooodi hrlaMer and filter cclfiri than anrothirdk. fln tfti nakfi aIaf tit uaaI tnii iu. ...n. u..n ..j t. j.-..- . . . .
Aik luler or e will end pit paid at 10c a paekao.
fitcncc'CDld utccis Cotarrlf.
rebrnnry is a month of Msvero storms
and Intense cold.
Kvcu in the Smith where the prevail
Inif temperature is lunch above wintry
latitudes, February brings htulileh
changes of temperature.
Mercury Miinetlmes drops L'O degrees
lit a hlngli! night.
Therefore, the followinif henllli hints
j nro applicable to tho whole of North
Tho sleeping rooms should be well
ventilated, but no us to avoid direct
cewnts of air.
Those In vigorous health should take
n cold water towel bath every morning'
1 before breakfast. Those In feeble
health should taltu a brisk dry-towel-
rnii every morning.
The diet should be n generous one,
Including meat, and occasionally fresh
Th'e nights being long and the days
short, as much sunshine tin possible
should be let Into the house during
1 the day.
The head should lie kept cool at all
times. The feet should bo kept warm
and dry, day and night.
When iinnvoiilaTit.v exposed to cold or
vrct, a few docs of l'eruna will avert
When seized with a chill, or even
Might chilliness, n doe of l'eruna
should bo taken at once.
Jf lkV tZA CaftI T fBV -l
f7l A n Vi H 1 '
LiM "(' yll' Hlv';rB
tin- - m t .,ktJ-iaf,.1
1 yi win 1 erf outrn i
.Air m Yur uruam
There are Many Imitations of
i tt-, j 4.K.. j . : r .. 1
1 MM m
IS? 11 w I 111
LocifonhuTiaJe-Maik Cocoa' or "Baker's Chocolate"
Our handsomely illustrated recipe book
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Established 1780 Dorchester, Massachusetts
45 Highest Awards in Europe and America
vr 111 l went trtn, iotialil, umn requMt.
llteraTiire hearing fn the qh-
bilnl Defiiriultli-it, J nfuntllu l'lirul vala, If In UUuaae. Dcforrurd Lluiba iul Joints, Ktc.
1 1 le'la of Uio only tboruiiKliiy r'inlppad rtanlturmin In thla country demoted exclualveir to the tria.UOCBt.
of the e c-mJHIoui and lmi ilioy majr l.e cured wlthuut mri;lcl oixrailoni. plaater parla or other ietera.
ireai)neni. eila rnr inu moir. nnitir dlrrctiir lnirphte.iririitlanfhrmrirnriiiA Hii.i..n a,.
itatSS: Tlie L C. HcLain Orthopedic Sanitarium. 3,g?.t,orMiB.1"'
jrciMiiioe aval v 1111
cubtora are made hy
Jolmaon. II10 Imuliator
Man, h bo made til (ui lie
titrti tmenttutf Ml OLD
forty daya' free trial
and Hill) ear a icuaran
tee. for IjIk frru au
liiwuo. ami (mulfry luut
M. M. JOHNSON CO..
Box O. T., Clay Center. Nob
A CLEAn. HTALTHY SKIN
and Bain Remedy
Purlfioo, Then Heals.
I'o.l'Htiy i-uir. I. iiua, rimplet,
1 rnptt m, lD.r r lllte. and a I all-
eaic if I lie akin. Au umKlute
cue fur jMiitlrurr . rhralptlitca.e
' Bottle. Bend for TRIE 1100KLET8.
ur dm, kI.i or barber or aend to
8ANDH0LM DKUO CO., Dei Uolati, low.
W. N U.Omaha.
H uju fc'
Wrl m lor Iree booklet-How to 0)0. pleach and Mii Com..UOSJt.tvitdui;o
' Sudden ChonScs Breei CUrrir.
m itK South
V.iiii,r.l, i.1i.i.n na rvrtk(.tlilA
should be obtained in the forcparl oi
the night. f
Cttarrh of Ittad.
Mr. Frank Cobli, 173 Summit Strcut,
Dcering, .Me., vrltes:
"1 wits troulilcil with catarrh In my
hend. I wrote to Dr. llartmnn for
advice nnd ho prescribed l'eruna.
4'1 took It nnd am happy to say it
helped me at once. I feel better than I
hnve for years."
Mr. .1. Ed. O'llricn, lVcs. American
Flint Asu'u, l'onsncohi, Fla., wriU'si
"1 heartily give my endorsement to
l'crunn as an effective cure for catarrli
and bronchial trouble." '
Thnsi ittti l.uart. 1 '
Frank llnttle, Jr., Ml N.- Market St.,
NhsIitUIc, Tenn., writes
"l'eruna has cured mo of chroirio
"it Is the grandest discovery of tliw
ago for the throat and lungs."
Mr. A. C. Danfprth, St- Joseph, Mich,,
"I contracted a severe cold which
settled on my lungs. 1 wns threatened
"lVruna gave 1110 relief within a
couple of days. Three Lotties saved 'n
n large doctor bill and a great deal of
Thoutandi 0 TeUmont1t,
Wo havo on tile thousands of testi
monials Hko the ubove. We clui lvo
our readers only a slight glimpse of the
vast array of unsolicited endorsement."!
Dr. llartmnn Is constantly receiving.
Address Dr S.1J. Hartman.PresidontoC
Tho Hnrtman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
misled by them !
a&aaB ir z ida . "m . m
mm ' Mi taa
Our trade-mark is on every
of genuine good?.
unui;i LiiKZ uctiaiuiibyi buvuitu
United States Courts, no
other chocolate or cocoa than
Baker & Co.'s is en
be sold as "Baker's
ThU tooit It of hundred paset. haadviirJeW lltui'
10,000 Plants fer 16c.
ior paruena ina urmi rw ihkuh ty
, We own oTtr A)0 crt for ih pro
Anutrifat Thrlj rtuon fartullL
louciioa tour warrnaira iccui.
)ln oruer to inauce tou to try iavmt
niatjouiu lononiDtf uuprti- j
for 1Q Cent P&mtmaM
i ceuenieu uaeri
liOOO n. lilt. Taralu,
'twua KluekUs r.l.rj,
ruoa Ul.k a.uiUuatt.
luoo tal.aaU Oabu,
luuo Ran LaulM. llUl.a.c,
iwv wi.ri.aM vnuia.i ti.wara.
Abore oa pakairea contain m (ft.
nenl aeta o mow ioolu pianii, lur-
ni.niuir uuanria or oriuiuna
v.f(.tAble.toicatberi.t n -urirrcu.(
rauuiv.ttUluarallabo III weia,
IWrti. Buiall Fruit., W. all I r
Ate in.iaijpa uuti itiia nuiiccw
wiii La Croase, wlo.
Farmers ?!lMted 1 r l-reakeooafayma at
uimcid iri tut i..t in iW'Im. .7... ir.i-."
E. F. 8PAI1BOW7 PwhwiSroktahSSK
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